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13:50

Gibraltar

Environment staff take marine rescue course

D.B.

Some of the staff at the Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change recently took a marine mammal rescue course which was organised by BDMLR, the British Divers Marine Life Rescue association. After completing the theory part of ... the course, the Gibraltar volunteers took part in practical sessions at Catalan Bay, using life-sized water-filled dolphin and whale models. They are now certified marine mammal medics.

12:19

Gibraltar

Gibraltar marine police arrest three men at sea

D.B.

Following a tip-off from the Guardia Civil, the RGP arrested three Spanish men after a high speed chase at sea in the early hours of Monday morning. They are charged with dangerous navigation, importing prohibited items and obstructing police.

17:41

Gibraltar

Gibraltar acquires drone for aerial imagery

Debbie Bartlett

The Department of the Environment, Heritage and Climate Change in Gibraltar has acquired a drone which will be used for terrestrial and marine mammal monitoring, renewing and updating the aerial imagery of Gibraltar with new Orthophoto (geospatially

16:43

Local

Aula del Mar association reports sharp increase in sea plastic levels

IGNACIO LILLO

The heads of the Aula del Mar marine conservation organisation in Malaga reported on Thursday what they consider to be a sharp rise in levels of plastic found in the Mediterranean Sea. Over the course of last year, the organisation rescued four ... turtles which had to be admitted to the Marine Species Recovery Centre (Crema) due to health problems caused by the ingestion of plastics. Another died with plastic found in its intestines. The ones that survived are in improving health. Coinciding with

10:39

Gibraltar

The 'Rowing Marine' sets off on an epic journey from Gibraltar

Debbie Bartlett

Stormy days lay ahead but Lee Spencer, the 'Rowing Marine', was all smiles before setting off from Ocean Village on Tuesday for an epic journey, rowing solo and unsupported to Venezuela. Lee, a former marine who lost a leg in an accident, is

12:35

Gibraltar

Lee Spencer, 'The Rowing Marine', sets off on an epic challenge

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as 'The Rowing Marine', is back in Gibraltar to prepare for his latest challenge. On Wednesday 12 December this former Royal Marine plans to set off from the Rock and row 3,800 nautical miles, solo and unsupported, to South

20:02

Local

"The sea will regenerate if we give it some breathing space"

MATÍAS STUBER

-Is plastic the biggest threat to our seas right now? -It's the most visible problem but it isn't the most important one. Plastic is the tip of the iceberg of marine contamination. An iceberg has a point sticking up above the surface, but an ... enormous mass below. Plastic is the point we can see. It's something we can touch and understand, but marine contamination is invisible. I'm talking about chemical components here. That's why plastic makes us aware of marine contamination. If we only ... concentrate on plastic, we are losing a golden opportunity to act on the problem of marine contamination which is a much bigger one than plastic. -What exactly do you mean by marine contamination? Sewage being released into the sea, for example? -I'm

11:23

Local

Aula del Mar releases recovered sea turtle

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A sea turtle, measuring 48 centimetres and weighing seven kilos, was released on Monday after being cared for by Aula del Mar marine animal centre in Malaga. The animal had been found distressed, but without serious injury. After spending a few days ... in a small observation tank under the watchful eye of marine experts, it was concluded that bits of plastic that the turtle had ingested were causing digestive and buoyancy issues, explained the Aula del Mar.

12:05

Gibraltar

'The Rowing Marine' has to postpone trip

Debbie Bartlett

Lee Spencer, known as The Rowing Marine, has had to postpone his attempt to become the world's first physically disabled person to row solo from Europe to South America because unfortunately his mother has been taken seriously ill and he has